Ronald J. Larrick

Ronald J. Larrick, 58 of Lafayette, Indiana passed away Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at the St. Vincent Heart Center in Carmel, Indiana. He was born November 30, 1954 in Cleveland, Ohio to Roy and Marion (Spirka) Larrick.

Mr. Larrick has lived in Lafayette the past four years and was formerly of Portland, Oregon and Streetsboro. He worked as an Electrical Engineer for the Radian Research Company in Lafayette. He enjoyed playing the piano, photography and an avid amateur radio operator where he was a member of the ARRL and also was a member of the IEEE.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Marion and his brother, Robert. Survivors include his father, Roy Larrick of Streetsboro, his brothers, Raymond (Susan) Larrick of Streetsboro, Kenneth (Lisa) Larrick of Northfield Center, nephew, Wyatt and nieces, Brienna, Stephanie and Mallory.

Calling hours will be Friday, May 10, 2013 from 6-8 PM and on Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 10:00 AM until time of funeral services at the Shorts Spicer Crislip Funeral Homes Streetsboro, Ohio. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery Streetsboro, Ohio. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at www.sscfuneralhomes.com.

(Shorts-Spicer-Crislip Streetsboro Chapel 330-626-4966, RC 5-9-13)SClB

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  • I am so sorry to hear of Ron's passing. He was my classmate for many years. This world will miss his gentle kindness and easy smile. May god bless and keep him safe.

  • I'm sorry. I meant 1973. Martin Fleming

  • Ron was the best man at my wedding on June 22, 2073. As I knew him he was a wonder friend. After I married I returned over to Korea with my wife and was in the Army 6 years. And I never got to see him again although I have looked for him. I wish I could have talked to him one more time and really thank him for being my best man. I am still with the woman he helped me marry. I'll miss you Ron and grieve for you. Martin Fleming

  • My condolences to the Larrick family. I was friends and went to high school with Ron. Although we have not talked, I do remember that old Bonneville he used to drive and how well he could play the cornet. I really enjoyed the the flight of the bumblebee. I have nothing but fond memories of Ron. My prayers are with the Larrick family. One other thing, I never knew he lived in Portland, I lived near Seattle for 25 years, wish I knew back then, it would have been nice to visit.

  • I worked with Ron at Radian Research and he was a very talented and knowledgeable engineer and colleague who was not only great to work with but was also a good friend who will be missed. James Jolliffe

  • I worked with ron at Radian as well. He was a super-smart engineer, and was always willing to share his (vast) knowledge with others. He also managed a high-pressure project with grace and humor. He was also a good friend in & out of the office, and I enjoyed listening to him play my piano. My wife and I will miss him greatly. My condolences to his family.

  • I worked with Ron. He was always very helpful and extremely knowledgeable. He will be missed greatly at Radian. Mark Billings